TOKYO (Reuters) – A Japanese health ministry committee recommended on Wednesday that the country’s average minimum wage be raised by 28 yen, or about 3%, to 930 yen ($8.42) per hour, Kyodo News reported.
Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga has repeatedly said his goal is to raise the nationwide average minimum wage to 1,000 yen an hour.
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